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    12.31.69 @ 04:00 PM
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    Just a little reminder to all the guitarists here that the cold, dry winter air is affecting the wood in your guitar. Now is a good time for the 'winter setup'--oil those rosewood boards, adjust your truss rods, action, intonation, etc., if you haven't already done so already.

    And for those of you who live in the deserts or the more tropical zones, well.....AT LEAST I HAD A WHITE CHRISTMAS!!!! (sorry, sour grapes here)

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    Don't be TOO jealous Abe...winters here in Hawaii are usually rainy, meaning high levels of humidity. It affects the neck a bit...well...a bit...just trying to let a fellow player know I got weather problems to deal with too. LOL!

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    Good point!!! I spent a good part of the
    day yesterday doing just that!!! I took all
    3 of my Wolfgangs, cleaned the necks, oiled them, polished the bodies, and put on some
    fresh strings. Dabbed a little sewing machine oil on the fine tuners and d-tuner.
    It's like having brand new guitars today!

 

 

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